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Artificial organ regrowth [VIDEO]

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Damn, we need this right now. I just hope once it comes out, they don't charge ridiculous amounts of money to poor people who had an unfortunate accident and need a transplant organ to survive.

http://www.wimp.com/organregrowth/

Researchers create world’s first 3D-printed bionic organ
http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/154893-researchers-create-worlds-first-3d-printed-bionic-organ

Australian 3D printers on track to print body parts
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-05-03/3d-printers-on-track-to-print-body-parts/4666886
 
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It will be very expensive early on but like with any technology it should get cheaper gradually. Still, doesn't mean people should be denied it simpley because they're not ultra rich.
 
so you're telling me, I can drink my liver to ****....and not have to worry? This is awesome :D
 
You might be a vegetable after consuming that much alcohol but you'll have a new liver.
 
Smokers of the world rejoice, you will soon be able to disregard all those disgusting tobacco commercials with "before and after" pictures of lungs.
 
Damn, we need this right now. I just hope once it comes out, they don't charge ridiculous amounts of money to poor people who had an unfortunate accident and need a transplant organ to survive.

http://www.wimp.com/organregrowth/

Researchers create world’s first 3D-printed bionic organ
http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/154893-researchers-create-worlds-first-3d-printed-bionic-organ

Australian 3D printers on track to print body parts
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-05-03/3d-printers-on-track-to-print-body-parts/4666886

lol like that's ever gonna happen.
 
Smokers of the world rejoice, you will soon be able to disregard all those disgusting tobacco commercials with "before and after" pictures of lungs.

I always assumed they would develop non-deadly tobacco before they would develop artificial organs that could be sold at competitive prices.
 

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